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Baby Photo From A Black Hole!

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Check out this picture and story I found on Yahoo.  Basically the black hole is eating gassy remnants…I can relate.

Astronomers may have lucked into the ultimate in cosmic baby pictures: a voracious black hole fresh from its violent birth.

After watching a nearby star that exploded into a supernova in 1979, astronomers now believe the star’s death wasn’t an ordinary one. The star’s explosion was big enough to cause a black hole to develop in its wake. They think it’s a black hole because they see something steadily consuming the gassy remnants of the exploded star, which is a telltale sign of a black hole. It sucks up everything in sight.

via Baby photos from the ultimate edge — a black hole – Yahoo! News.

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